Finding Minnesota: Behind The Scenes Of BrickmaniaWhen he was 4 years old, Dan Siskind never imagined that a bunch of Lego parts and Lego men would ever become more than just a childhood pastime.
'Uber For Lawn Care': Apps Are Changing How People Mow Their Lawns"I think people are really about the convenience factor and not having to deal with stuff on their own. And if someone can do it for you and it's a reasonable price and something you can afford, I think people are going for it. We are very service-oriented.”
Group Home Among Buildings Damaged In New Hope FireFire crews have responded to a house fire incident in New Hope Wednesday afternoon.
'Hardest Thing I've Been Through': Dairy Farm Rebuilding After Losing Cows Last WinterSoutheastern Minnesota was the perfect place to build a dairy farm that would pass down through the generations, but three months ago, it was a different story on the Hoffman Farm.
Frontenac Village: A Minnesota Town That Hasn’t Changed Much In 160 YearsAs cities get bigger and towns get smaller, one Minnesota village remains the same.
Twins Announce New Security Policies At Target FieldThe Minnesota Twins announced changes coming to Target Field aimed at speeding up the process by which fans get through security.
'I'm Going To Do Whatever It Takes: Mikayla Raines' Fox Sanctuary Grows In Rice Co.A Minnesota woman who came under fire for having too many foxes is now looking to expand her animal sanctuary.
CDC: Tick, Mosquito-Borne Illnesses On The RiseThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns that the number of cases involving mosquitoes and ticks has more than tripled since 2004.
Logging Camp Takes Minnesotans Back In Time 118 YearsIn this week's Finding Minnesota, John Lauritsen traveled to the Forest History Center in Grand Rapids, where he learned that hard work from the past is now fueling the future.
'Tears In My Eyes': CEO, Refugee Brings Special Treat To Students At Hmong AcademyKay Yang is now a CEO, but she came to the United States as a refugee in the 1980s. As a way to give back, she bought lunch for all the students at Hmong College Prep Academy.
Minnesota Lakes Show Too-High Chloride Levels, With Road Salt The Big CulpritIt's estimated that about 350,000 tons of road salt are used each year in the Twin Cities. It also doesn't help when winter weather lingers into spring.
Minnesota Pastor On A Mission To Return WWI Medal To Veteran's FamilyTony Oltmann, of Cross Lake, won some tools and a metal cabinet in an online auction, and when he finally got the cabinet open, what he found inside put him on a mission.
Jake Patterson Gets Life Without Parole For Kidnapping Jayme Closs, Killing Her ParentsJake Patterson, the man convicted of kidnapping Jayme Closs and killing her parents, has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility for parole.
Nearly 70 Years Old, World's Largest Ball Of Twine Still Reels 'Em In"Weird Al" Yankovic wrote a song about the ball, which the mayor says really helped bring twine ball awareness to the rest of the world.
89-Year-Old Clock Maker Has A Lot Of Time On His HandsDuring his working days, Bill ran a greenhouse and painted houses. He got the idea to start building clocks when he and his wife attended a craft show. He made his first in 2001. Now, like clockwork, he'll build a half-dozen or so every year.